[Durham] Router suggestions
andrew.glass at linuxdojo.co.uk
Fri Dec 11 19:34:02 UTC 2015
I'd recommend a Ubiquiti edgerouter X and combine that with a unifi ac ap. Running edgeos aka vyatta. I run the edgerouter Poe with an ac ap it's rock solid. Plus I can add the Debian wheezy repos and install other packages on the router. Total price about 120 quid. You can buy them from 4gon uk.
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> On 11 Dec 2015, at 18:22, Richard Patterson <richard at helpquick.co.uk> wrote:
> Asus dark night (I have one)
> Richard Patterson
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>> On 11 Dec 2015, at 18:18, Martin Ward <martin at gkc.org.uk> wrote:
>> Looking to upgrade my wireless router. I would like a dual band
>> with a decent range (so, extenal antennae), which supports PPPoE,
>> preferably running DD-WRT.
>> Any suggestions?
>> Dr Martin Ward STRL Principal Lecturer & Reader in Software Engineering
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